Cranberries in the winter, Help for renters in the Coulee region

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A cranberry at Silver Lake Bog, a state natural area in Kenosha County
A cranberry at Silver Lake Bog, a state natural area in Kenosha County. Joshua Mayer (CC BY-SA 2.0)

An associate professor focused on fruit crops shares the science of how cranberries adapt to Wisconsin winters. A nonprofit representative talks about a new resource in the Coulee region that aims to help both tenants and landlords.

Featured in this Show

  • Cold hard cranberry research

    Cranberries are native to Wisconsin and that means they’re adapting to frigid temperatures in the winter. A UW-Madison fruit crop specialist explains her latest research on the cold hardiness of cranberries.

  • New tenant-landlord resources office in Coulee region

    Apartment rents are at historic highs in Wisconsin and around the country and the state needs at least 120,000 housing units to meet demand. We talk with a representative from a Coulee region nonprofit about its new Tenant-Landlord Resource Center, designed to keep people in their homes.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Courtney Everett Producer
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Amaya Atucha Guest
  • Becky Koske Guest

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